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Top honours as EHF comes to a seasons end
EHF Women’s Cup Winners’ Cup – FCK’s first title
The ambitious Danish club, FCK Handbold A/S, including international top players such as
Leganger, Krause, Turey and Savic reached the first European Cup title in their history. The
team of former player legend and successful coach Anja Andersen defeated the Norwegian
champion Larvik by 25:21 in Denmark which was enough for the title after a two-goal Larvik
success a week earlier.
Women’s EHF Cup – Itxako reach the top The Spanish top team S.D. Itxako stepped on top of the podium at last! After failing in the Final a year ago, this time they took their chance against HC Leipzig in the fantastic settings of the Leipzig Arena. Over 7,000 fans cheered for the hosts as they won the second leg by 26:25; nevertheless, the Spaniards took the title with a 52:45 aggregate result.
EHF Women’s Challenge Cup – Nimes back on top Handball Cercle Nimes claimed the Challenge Cup title after eight years as the French team beat the German club Thüringer HC both at home and away. The second leg over the weekend was played in Erfurt and despite the efforts of the German crowd the French celebrated at the end of a spectacular game.